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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: December 7, 2015

Your daily dose of San Diego Chargers news & notes from around the web.

Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

2015 Man of the Year Nominee - Darrell Stuckey -
Stuckey enjoys delivering motivational speeches and shares his humble story in hopes of inspiring others. Earlier this year he was a guest speaker and presenter for the National Pop Warner's Annual Scholar Athlete Dinner and was the featured guest speaker at the Marine Aviation Summit in San Diego, attended by more than 500 Marine Corps Aviators. Darrell is very involved with Fellowship of Christian Athletes and makes appearances for them all over southern California, including speaking to dozens of congregations and serving as the host for their annual golf tournament in San Diego.

Loss to Broncos Encapsulates Season Struggles - Ricky Henne
"(We) gave an outstanding football team too many opportunities," McCoy said.  "We missed too many opportunities.  (We) didn’t make the plays when we had the opportunities early in the game."

Evaluations should lead to cleaning house for Chargers GM Tom Telesco - Eric Wiliams
It’s clear San Diego does not have the talent and depth on the field, nor the core philosophy directing them off of it to put forth a consistent, winning effort on game days -- no matter how great McCoy says his team’s game preparation was during the week.

Mike McCoy mishandling development of RB Melvin Gordon - Eric Williams
Certainly, Gordon has to do a better job of securing the ball in tight quarters. But essentially sending the rookie running back to sit in the corner for bad behavior is a microcosm for everything that is wrong with McCoy’s regressive coaching style.

Out and About: Chargers vs. Broncos - Annie Heilbrunn (video)
Head to the parking lot with Annie, cuz, ya know … how many more chances do we have?!